August 28th, 2020 | 35 mins 53 secs
classical liberal, congress, conservative, constitution, donald trump, election 2020, government, house of representatives, jo jorgensen, joe biden, libertarian, libertarian party, politics, potus, president, republican, rights, scotus, senate, supreme court, voluntary, voting, white house
Third party candidates have an uphill battle. It's a fact. And on top of the traditional struggles third party candidates face, our "pick-one" voting systems have only entrenched the "lesser of two evils" in our government, by giving us the same, tired, "red team vs. blue team" battle.
With legitimate third party candidates (like Dr. Jo Jorgensen), Americans deserve to have more than one choice for the most important position in the land.
That's what Aaron Hamlin, founder and executive director of the Center for Election Science, has made his primary goal; to change the way we vote away from our broken "pick-one" voting system, and instead, seek voting systems that encourage more candidates, forcing those seeking elected office having to truly compete in the marketplace of ideas.
Listen as Aaron outlines his voting system vision, the impact that changing our voting systems will have on third party candidates' electoral success, and the current successes Aaron and team have had in already changing voting systems in major cities (with great success!).
Find The Center for Election Science Online: https://www.electionscience.org
Find The Center for Election Science on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/electionscience/
Find The Center for Election Science on Twitter: https://twitter.com/electionscience
Email The Center for Election Science: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 24th, 2020 | 41 mins 39 secs
classical liberal, congress, conservative, constitution, government, house of representatives, jo jorgensen, joe bishop-henchman, libertarian, libertarian party, libertarian party chair, politics, potus, president, republican, rights, scotus, senate, supreme court, voluntary, white house
An exclusive interview for The Brian Nichols Show audience, as this week, we are joined by the new chair of the Libertarian Party (in his first interview as chair!), Joe Bishop-Henchman!
Joe joins the show to outline his path to liberty, why running for chair was the best next step for him, and what his vision for the Libertarian Party is as we head towards election season.
May 22nd, 2020 | 44 mins 44 secs
bill ottman, classical liberal, congress, conservative, constitution, election 2020, government, house of representatives, jacob hornberger, jo jorgensen, justin amash, libertarian, libertarian convention, libertarian nomination, libertarian party, minds, minds.com, politics, potus, president, republican, rights, scotus, senate, supreme court, vermin supreme, voluntary, white house
Alrighty, strap in. This is a marathon episode.
First 10 minutes: I don't usually do this, but I took some time to start the show to give you a quick update in regards to the LNC Convention taking place virtually this weekend, especially when considering that the once-favored candidate to win the nomination (Congressman Justin Amash) has withdrew his name from consideration.
Post LP Chat: Now for the meat and potatoes of the episode! Bill Ottman, CEO of Minds.com, joins the show to discuss the importance of freedom as it pertains to our use of social media, traditional media, publishers, and more! Oh, and he shot me over an awesome Verified badge on Minds.com, so that's legit.
Oh, and on a final note, check out the BONUS episode I released where I interviewed LP POTUS candidate and LP activist Keenam Dunham ( https://briannichols.fireside.fm/keenan-dunham)
Find Bill Online-
Joe Rogan Appearance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJowz_-pj4U